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How to Naturally Improve Your Gum Health

How to Naturally Improve Your Gum HealthPeriodontal disease can cause serious infection and loss of teeth and bone over time. Daily brushing and flossing and regular check-ups from our dentist in Beverly Hills are important for prevention. However, it is also possible to improve your gum health naturally with the three natural treatments below.

Coenzyme Q10

Coenzyme Q10 is an antioxidant that is available from food and supplements but is also made by the body. According to researchers, low levels of coenzyme Q10 may be linked to a higher risk of gum disease due to its role in gum tissue repair. At Osaka University, in Japan, scientists found that patients with infected and inflamed gums had significant improvements after using a toothpaste containing coenzyme Q10 for just three weeks.

Vitamin D

Researchers have discovered that vitamin D fights inflammation in the mouth and may lower gum disease risk. At Boston University, researchers analyzing a survey of 6,700 people found that gingival probing was less likely to cause gum bleeding in patients who had higher vitamin D levels. Sun exposure stimulates vitamin D production in the body, but patients can also get vitamin D from supplements and enriched foods.

Vitamin C

Bleeding gums can be the first signs of vitamin C deficiency, and studies have confirmed that higher intake of vitamin C results in a lower risk of periodontal disease. Patients can get more vitamin C by eating fruits and vegetables such as oranges, peppers, brussels sprouts and leafy greens. Supplements are an alternative source of vitamin C, but chewable tablets should be avoided because their acidity can cause dental erosion.

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